BTS star Jungkook is back with his slick dance moves and rhythmic vocals, not to mention charming visuals, in the music video for his new single 3D featuring American rapper Jack Harlow.
The music video of the duo's catchy song collaboration was released by BTS' record label, BigHit Music, on Sept., 29 at 1 p.m. KST (12 p.m. PHT).
It showcases the track's pop R&B beats reminiscent of songs in the mid-2000s and sunny visuals wherein Jungkook is performing a mix of sharp and fast-paced dance moves plus defying gravity in a back alley in the U.S. He is later joined by the rapper in a game of chess.
3D's release just comes three days after BigHit announced the K-pop idol and Harlow's collaboration on WeVerse. The agency then described the song as "a pop R&B track with clever expressions of feelings toward an unattainable person" and one that would feature the "more mature side of Jungkook."
It added that Harlow's "unique rap style" would "add zest to the song."
Meanwhile, Jungkook was quoted by South Korean entertainment outlet Soompi as saying, "'3D’ is a charming song that’s well-suited to showcasing a dance performance. I think it’d be good to focus on the performance together with the song. Because the choreography is repetitive and addictive, I hope that many people will enjoy it through short-form videos.”
Apart from YouTube, the new track is now available for streaming on Apple Music and Spotify. It is the second of Jungkook's solo projects since releasing his debut solo song Seven, featuring American rapper Latto, on July 14.